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Робин Чарпентиер

2012-2013 онд Монгол судлалын хүрээлэнд зочин профессороор ажилласан. 1955 онд АНУ- ын Массачусет мужийн Самевиле (Somerville, Massachusetts) хотод төрсөн. 1973 онд Массачусет мужийн "Chelmsford" ахлах сургууль, 1977 онд Бостон их сургуулийн (Boston University) Биологийн сургуулийг төгссөн. 2007-2010 онд АНУ-ын Индианагийн их сургуулийн (Indiana University) Төв Ази судлалын төвийн Монголын түүхийн тэнхимд (Bloomington, Indiana,USA, Central Eurasian Studies Department, Mongolian Studies Program, Mongolian History) "Factors Affecting the Successful Implementation of Script Reform:The Case of Mongolia" сэдвээр магистрын зэрэг хамгаалсан. 2007-2008 онд Индианагийн их сургуулийн Төв Евро-Азийн судлалын тэнхимд багш, (Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington IN (2007-2008) Associate Instructor, Course:COLL-E103 The Great Wall of China, Central Eurasian Studies Department), 2008-2009 онд Индианагийн их сургуулийн Дотоод Ази ба Урал судлалын төвд эрдэм шинжилгээний туслах ажилтнаар ажиллаж байсан (Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington IN (2008-2009) Research Assistant, Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center). 2012-2013 онд МУИС-ийн монгол судлалын хүрээлэнд зочин профессороор ажилласан.

Бүтээлийн жагсаалт:

“Factors Affecting the Successful Implementation of Script Reform: The Case of Mongolia,” Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Central Eurasian Studies Department, Master’s Thesis

Илтгэлүүд:

2012: Invited Lecture, “Mongolia’s Contact with Central Eurasia: Past, Present, Future,” Kuwait National University, Department of Political Science, Course on: “Russia and the CIS”

 2012: Course Director: “Elements of Academic Success in International Institutions of Higher Education,” Intensive 5-week course designed for 18 junior faculty, School of Physics, National University of Mongolia. Co-taught by 6 international and 3 Mongolian scholars.

 2011: Translation Editor, “Important Intangible Cultural Heritage Elements of the Mongols,” produced by The Center of Cultural Heritage, Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Division, Sonom-Ish Yundenbat, ed., 2011

 2011: Research Mentor: SIT Student Benjamin Lawrence, Middlebury College Undergraduate Research Program in Mongolia

 2011: Presentation: Invited Speaker, Open Society Forum, Continuing Education Series, Ulaanbaatar, “Identity at the Border: A Case Example from Inner Eurasian History”

 2010: Lectures on Mongolian History (2): Ph.D. Students, Anthropology Department, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, “The Anthropology of Borders: Inner Eurasia” and “Original Sources in Translation: The Use of Historical Cases in Anthropology”

2010: Lecture on Mongolian History: Young Leaders Program, Northeast Asia Economic Forum, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, “Sino-Mongolian Relations to the Late Qing Period”

 2010: Panel Chair, Moderator: ‘Workforce Training and Higher Education in Mongolia,’ 13th Annual North American Mongolia Business Council (NAMBC) meeting, Ulaanbaatar.

 2010- present: Co-Chair (appointed): Business Council of Mongolia, Working Group on Education

 2009: Paper Presentation: 85th Anniversary of the Academy of Management, Government School, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, “Lessons from the Past about Leadership in Mongolia: Emchi Ghabang Sharab’s ‘History of the Four Oirats”

 2008: Paper Presentation: 9th Annual Central Eurasian Studies Society Conference (CESS), Washington, DC, "The Rise and Fall of the Oirats in Emchi Ghabang Sharab’s History of the Four Oirats," Panel on "Rise, Fall, and Religion on Mongolia’s Western Fringe," chaired by Christopher Atwood

 2008: Summer Language Fellowship: awarded by the American Center for Mongolian Studies, for advanced Mongolian language training, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

 2007: International Educational Exhibition, First Annual Bolashak Recruitment Fair, Almaty and Astana, Kazakhstan. Helped recruit graduate and undergraduate Kazakh students for study at Indiana University

 2007: Archival Research: National Archives of the UK, London, England to obtain original material from the British Foreign Office Archives on relations with Yakub Beg in Kashgar.

 2007: Paper Presentation: 14th Annual Association of Central Eurasian Students (ACES) Conference, Bloomington, IN, “On the Confluence of Colonialism and Uti Possedetis in the Qing Western Borderlands,” Panel on “Inner Asian History,” chaired by Gardner Bovingdon

 2007: Distance Education Presentation: Lafayette High School, MO, for Advanced Placement Social Studies Students, lecture on ‘Chinggis Khan.’

 2005: Travel Grant: awarded by the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, to attend “Colloquium on Early (Ancient) Cities: New Perspectives on Pre-Industrial Urbanism”

 2003: Travel Grant: awarded as an invited participant in “Workshop on Building an International Collaborative Network of Geographers: US and Southern Tier Post-Socialist States” Madison, WI

 2002: Summer Institute: University of World Economics and Diplomacy, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

 2000: Conference: Association of Borderland Studies, Atlanta, GA, “Meeting at the Border: New Issues in Cross-Border Research”

 2000: Conference: International Boundaries -Research Unit, University of Durham, England, “Borders and Identities of the Muslim World”